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Old 02-01-2013, 06:14 PM   #1
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In case you don't know how to do this and several people use this to good advantage (Newrider is one). Once I learned the trick it was very easy. It greatly speeds up the process when you want to respond to numerous posts.

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It will paste all the posts you want to reply to in one post, then just add your comments. This keeps you from having multiple separate replies.

I found the useful and just wanted to pass it on.
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how about mass PM ? to selected people?
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Moved to the proper section, updated title to reflect what you're trying to describe. You may be on a different browser but like Lucar said above, multi-quote button should be bottom right, not left.
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In case you don't know how to do this and several people use this to good advantage (Newrider is one). Once I learned the trick it was very easy. It greatly speeds up the process when you want to respond to numerous posts.

If you don't know how here are the steps.

1-as you are reading the thread click on the middle button on the lower left hand side (Multi Quote this Message) of the messages you want to quote and respond to.

2-When you get to the last post, click on the Reply with Quote button (Left button that says quote?

It will paste all the posts you want to reply to in one post, then just add your comments. This keeps you from having multiple separate replies.

I found the useful and just wanted to pass it on.
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Lower Right, My bad. Now I know why I get the clutch and brake mixed up.
cool. thanks,
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I thought it was great that he applied his new found knowledge so quickly.
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In case you don't know how to do this and several people use this to good advantage (Newrider is one). Once I learned the trick it was very easy. It greatly speeds up the process when you want to respond to numerous posts.

If you don't know how here are the steps.

1-as you are reading the thread click on the middle button on the lower left hand side (Multi Quote this Message) of the messages you want to quote and respond to.

2-When you get to the last post, click on the Reply with Quote button (Left button that says quote?

It will paste all the posts you want to reply to in one post, then just add your comments. This keeps you from having multiple separate replies.

I found the useful and just wanted to pass it on.
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Lower right?
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how about mass PM ? to selected people?
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Moved to the proper section, updated title to reflect what you're trying to describe. You may be on a different browser but like Lucar said above, multi-quote button should be bottom right, not left.
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Lower Right, My bad. Now I know why I get the clutch and brake mixed up.
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cool. thanks,
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I thought it was great that he applied his new found knowledge so quickly.
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I dun learnt sumthin...
Wow it does work....... ive been replying to one then closing it and replying to another but then copy and reverse my browser and got edit post to add another quote but this is much quicker.

Mind blown
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Old 02-02-2013, 12:56 AM   #12
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In case you don't know how to do this and several people use this to good advantage (Newrider is one). Once I learned the trick it was very easy. It greatly speeds up the process when you want to respond to numerous posts.

If you don't know how here are the steps.

1-as you are reading the thread click on the middle button on the lower left hand side (Multi Quote this Message) of the messages you want to quote and respond to.

2-When you get to the last post, click on the Reply with Quote button (Left button that says quote?

It will paste all the posts you want to reply to in one post, then just add your comments. This keeps you from having multiple separate replies.

I found the useful and just wanted to pass it on.
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Lower right?
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how about mass PM ? to selected people?
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Moved to the proper section, updated title to reflect what you're trying to describe. You may be on a different browser but like Lucar said above, multi-quote button should be bottom right, not left.
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Lower Right, My bad. Now I know why I get the clutch and brake mixed up.
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cool. thanks,
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Wow it does work....... ive been replying to one then closing it and replying to another but then copy and reverse my browser and got edit post to add another quote but this is much quicker.

Mind blown
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Wow how long did it take him to learn how to do that
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would not want to disapoint Ivan,,,,,,, thanks man.
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Just go to PM and put in the individual names

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Wow it does work....... ive been replying to one then closing it and replying to another but then copy and reverse my browser and got edit post to add another quote but this is much quicker.

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